Trusted Cosmetic Packaging Manufacturers
One of the top ten cosmetics packaging providers in Europe, Quadpack was founded in 2003 and has established offices and production facilities in Europe, the US, and the Asia-Pacific region, along with a strategic global network of partners.
In 2018, Quadpack acquired East Hill Industries, a premier global supplier of beauty packaging based in Dallas, US, with more than a decade-long history of providing quality products and services. In 2021, the integration process was completed, and Quadpack Americas LLC was established.
With a wide range of high-quality and sustainable products, Quadpack is a pioneer and global leader in wooden components for custom cosmetic packaging supplies, an innovative manufacturer with extensive injection-molding experience, and an expert at value-added services and innovative product design.
Since 2010, our group has been a member of the Independent Beauty Association (IBA).
Quadpack’s ever-growing presence in the US, with headquarters in Dallas, offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami and a sourcing center in Mexico, help us to offer fast-to-market solutions to our clients. Our dedicated bespoke team, expanded warehouse, and in-house decoration facilities complete our range of services, guaranteeing that your cosmetic packaging will be on-time, in full.
Quadpack Plastics & Louvrette
Louvrette, a Quadpack Company, is our specialist in injection-molding, airless and sustainable packaging, based in Germany with an 8,500 sqm manufacturing site and 40 production lines.
Quadpack Plastics injection-molding facility based in Spain is our center of excellence for luxury cosmetic jars.
A pioneer in making wooden components for beauty packaging, Quadpack Wood sources wood from sustainably managed forests, certified by FSC® and PEFC™. Thanks to its efforts with carbon footprint reduction, energy management, and circularity, our 10,000 sqm facility in Spain is a sustainability benchmark.
The future of packaging: 3D printing as a source of innovation
New prototyping technologies enable agile and efficient package design while optimising resources
The packaging supply chain is all about efficiency. In a disruptive scenario where industries must offer sustainable and smart solutions, new 3D printing technologies allow them to provide real-looking samples, saving resources and accelerating the development process. In the second article of our series of interviews with experts and partners about the future of packaging, we interview Lior Elgali, Packaging Product Manager from Stratasys EMEA, Quadpack’s partner in rapid prototyping.